It's our time to define the Georgetown of the future ... We want to identify creative ways—new packages, new educational programs—that use our creativity to address some of these challenges.

-Provost Robert M. Groves

The Designing the Future(s) Initiative’s curricular experiments are reimagining what a Georgetown education could be.

The site of this work is the Red House, a creative incubator space for faculty and staff partnering with Designing the Future(s) to spin out new ideas that have the potential to deepen student learning and improve the teaching experience of faculty while reinventing the university’s model. 

Read more about the models that drive the Red House's work below:

Challenges in Childhood and Society

The Challenges in Childhood and Society course cluster consists of four 1-credit modules that can be bundled together to create a cohesive interdisciplinary experience for students. (read more)

Bridge Courses

Bridge Courses are an exciting new series of 1 credit classes exclusively designed for seniors and young alumni. Gain professional and personal skills, reflect on your experiences at Georgetown, and engage in discussions about​ how to lead a meaningful and fulfilling life. (read more)

Intersections

Intersections is a summer course designed for students who are engaged in social justice immersion experiences all over the globe. (read more)

Core Pathways

Core Curriculum Pathways is a self-selecting option for students who want to follow a thematic pathway in their navigation of Core Curriculum requirements. The inaugural theme, launching in 2017-18, is Climate Change. (read more)

Regents Science Scholars

The Regents Science Scholars program creates a supportive academic and mentorship community for first-generation students majoring in the sciences. (read more)

Project-Based Studios

Since the launch of the Designing the Future(s) Initiative, Georgetown has spearheaded numerous programs that place the same studio model, design education, and project based work at the center of pedagogy and practice. (read more)